Answers To Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-11


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES QUERIESG G W Chicago At average odds 050 050R R J B Toronto Ont See reply to E A W WH H G N Chicago Have no knowledge of any declaring off of bets and the wager should be paid paidJ J li M Chicago Just what a straight bet of that sum on Fair Play would win See reply to toS S M New Orleans La The backer of ZIpaugo won unless it was understood the three horses must go or no bet betF F W D Kansas City Kan Unless there was a stipulation all to go A lost If there was that stipulation it was a draw drawJared Jared Chicago Time limit Is simply to prevent fraud and where a bet has been accepted under such circumstances as to preclude any suspicion of fraud It should be paid if n winner winnerF F A IL Chicago J K Madden had Edward and Court Lady In the onejiing race as an entrv of which Edward ran and was favorite When a person backs an entry without naming the race his bet attaches to the first race lit which the owner named hafc an entry The parlay lost because of your own carelessness in not naming the race but had Edward won you would certainly have been entitled to payment on him himE E A W and others Chicago In cases of dead heats the money wagered by both backer and layer in added together and divided equally For illustra ¬ tion In the Whip Top Refined race 1 bet on Whip Top won 140 making 240 In all of which the person Imcking Whip Top was entitled to 120 and the bookmaker to the other 120 1 bet on Refined won 1 the result being that the backer of Refined was simply entitled to his money back

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